Sansevieria Trifasciata Black Gold
Sansevieria Trifasciata Black Gold is an easy plant that tolerates low light and even artificial and is drought-tolerant which makes it a perfect plant for beginners because it can grow anywhere. Snake plants are air purifier plants so they are famous as a bedroom and office plants. About 1-meter tall green leaves are edged in gold and require no pruning due to its slow growth habit.
Sansevieria Trifasciata Black Gold is also known as sansevieria black gold, snake plant, mother's tongue, african spear, magic sword.
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Sansevieria Black Gold care
Sansevieria Black Coral likes bright light, but it tolerates low light conditions even though its growth is slowed. Snake plants are perfect as office plants because they can live with artificial light as well.
The Sansevieria Trifasciata Black Gold requires little water to survive because is a drought-tolerant plant. You should only water it when the soil in the pot is completely dry.
Reduce the amount of water you give to your Sansevieria Black Gold during winter to avoid overwatering because it's the most common reason for its death. It is recommended to use a porous pot instead of a plastic pot so it takes the humidity.
Check every two weeks if your Snake Plants need to be watered by raising the plant. If it's heavy, give it a week more. If it's light, check it by sticking a wooden stick into the soil to see how wet it is.
Snake plants do not require high humidity, but they will love it. Some good practices to increase humidity are to group the plants, use a humidifier, put a glass of water, etc.
Snake Plants don't need fertilization to do well, but you can feed them twice a year with a general purpose plant food.
- Place your snake plant in the living room and bedrooms because it removes air toxins.
- Sansevieria Trifasciata Black Gold is not safe for cats or dogs because is mildly toxic if ingested.
- If the leaves are drooping it's because you're over-watering it, let it dry for a while and it will recover.
- It is better to underwatering than overwatering your snake plant.
- Use a pot that has good drainage, such as a terracotta pot or one made with some porous material.
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